The tenth anniversary of the most popular nighttime series begs the question. How long can the Ewing’s doings hold are attention?
Up in the sky, it’s a plan, it’s a helicopter—no it’s a tiltrotor, the Texas hybrid that will soon revolutionize air travel.
As the president of Texas’ largest private grocery chain, Charles Butt learned that in order to be nice to his customers he has to be tough on his competitors. And vice versa.
For years Jamail’s was the queen of Houston grocery stores. Now the Jamail family is at odds, and two rival chains are getting ready for a major food fight.
Thirty-four years after his Pulitzer prize-winning Great River, historian Horgan publishes a moody sketchbook of his journey along the Rio Grande.
The assignment was the chance of a lifetime to see the whole state once and for all. At times pure pleasure and at times a feat of will, it was always and foremost a writer’s dream come true.
Whether a frontiersman needed to skin a bear, chop wood, or fight in a due, Jim Bowie’s weapon was the tool of choice.
For twenty years, the story behind President Johnson’s withdrawal has remained a mystery. Now, on the anniversary of his decision, his former secretary reveals the drama of LBJ’s biggest surprise.
Conover Hunt and the Sixth Floor Museum.
Megadeveloper Trammel Crow bought farmland in Louisiana, but can his company’s big-city savvy make it pay?
Dallas lawyers Arlen Bynum and John Collins are personal friends and profession foes. They get a kick out of both roles.
When the network canceled the Hispanic cop show Juarez before anyone had a chance to see it, all of El Paso was up in arms. Peace, El Paso, peace.
Downtown San Antonio get a makeover; two for T-shirts; a spine-tingling story of a racehorse; the real winners at the Miss U.S.A. pageant; the Brownies go to marketing.
Celebrating the extraordinariness of ordinary lives.
You’ll never gas what the Sierra Club is up to now; impossible but true; the Austin American-Statesman descends to a new low; Jesse Jones may have a solution for Texas’ economic problems.